Ars Electronica

One of the largest and longest-running festivals for electronic art worldwide, Ars Electronica Festival, held annually in Linz, Austria, provides a forum for discussing the evolution and cultural importance of electronic and digital media, as well as a competition in computer arts. Ars Electronic launched in 1979 but and with the introduction of the Prix Ars Electronic in 1987 the Festival gained its international influence and reputation, “providing a focus for a worldwide community of artists and theorists in the area of art and new media”, as found by Armin Medosch, in a report commissioned by the ACE Interdisciplinary Arts Dept.

Work: "re:mark" by Golan Levin and Zachary Lieberman
Source: Ars Electronica Linz

Source: Ars Electronica Futurelab

Source: Ars Electronica Linz

Work: LibroVision by Ars Electronica Futurelab
Source: Ars Electronica Linz

Work: Gulliver´s World by Ars Electronica
Source: rubra

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